There is still a gap between finance and tech too. Some people seemed very strong technically and understood the platforms themselves and others understood how the finance industry works and how institutional money thinks. There are very few people who speak both the language of technology and the language of finance fluently. Being able to do that seems like a huge opportunity.
There is a generational gap — This is the first conference I’ve ever been to where the average age of the speakers was lower than the average age of the attendees. For some reason, the value of crypto is more intuitive to people who grew up on the internet.
…nd voice are by far the most natural interface for humans to interact. We like to speak and listen. There was roughly 1.5X more audio consumed than video according to Nielsen statistics on streaming in 2016. This is HUGE. If you’re medium is voice, now is your time. Start creating today. Start a podcast, r…
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